Plan: * He was a natural-born leader; intelligent, charismatic etc * He gave his speech of "peace, land and bread" * he released the April Theses * he was utterly meticulous; left nothing to chance * he made effective use of propaganda and influence to control his followers Opposition to argument : * Problem with people liking one party rule Problems: * press – banned October ‘17 * political parties – outlawed Kadets, arrested political leaders * land ownership - gave peasants the right to estates * lack of food – bread rationing * paranoid Lenin could be said to have been the best leader Russia had ever had. It could also be said he was the worst. As a leader, he was successful, he had power and he had followers. Lenin was a natural-born leader; he was strong, wise and extremely loyal to his beliefs. The people adored him at first, His April Theses kept his Marxist beliefs in check, and he used it in order to rule Russia in a communist manner.
Jimmy does not give up his healing Elles 2 humor and Norma stays true to her word, leaving him to deal with his tumors with his humor alone. Norma does not see how Jimmy’s humor “saved Norma and me [him] from pain” (6). “Humor [is] an antiseptic that [cleans] the deepest of personal wounds,” in many people’s lives (pg 6). Laughter is often referred to as the best medicine, and is one of the strongest healing tools an individual can utilize. We
The tools he has will be sufficient to complete the job. The work will be done at a moderate pace, because he’s still drinking the beer that he brought with him. If parts are needed for your repair; he will quickly head of the cheapest parts store. Keep in mind that this trip is going to cost you. Once the work is completed, you will never get a price on the shade tree mechanic.
The first thing interesting about Johnny is how he is an unlikely hero. We see this when Johnny, Ponyboy, and Dally save several young children from a burning church. When the school teacher finds out they are greasers, he is very suprised. The greasers are seen as lawless individuals, not the type of people who would save people’s lives. Johnny's actions were extremely heroic, pushing Ponyboy through the window at the last second.
Johnny, knowing how prized and amazing he was at his job, was bossy and mean towards most in the family, even Mr. Lapham. Because of how prideful he was, Johnny would defend himself to anybody that insulted him, which, in my opinion, caused him to not care when he made fun of someone. In the book, Dove, another apprentice, tricked Johnny and caused him to burn his hand with silver. The hand became
Although Boo Radley shows just what a substantial person he has become, he is still misjudged by the society. This is proved when Boo Radley saves Jem’s life by killing Mr.Ewell and Atticus says it wouldn't be right to expose him and Scout vocalised, “ It would be sort of like shootin’ a mockingbird, wouldn’t it?”. So when Atticus kept the information of Boo to himself, he really believed that Boo Radley was an innocent man who caused no harm to anyone and therefore shouldn’t be persecuted, as he has been illtreated his whole life. The aim with mockingbirds in the novel To Kill a Mockingbird, is that mockingbirds should not be killed as they only exist for the enjoyment of others and cause no harm and only minded their business. Another way in which Harper Lee uses the mockingbird as a symbol is through Tom Robinson.
Also in this story, Guy Montag is the main character, along with his foil character Clarisse McClellan. A foil character is a character that provides a contrast to another character. Guy Montag is an interesting man. He is a fireman who tends to steal books and hide them in a vent at his house, without his wife’s knowledge. He had always thought he was happy at his job, and said, “’Kerosene…is nothing but
Although Gene almost falls off, Finney catches him and saves Gene’s life, but he “practically lost it” too (Knowles 33). Similarly, Neil is the one to show Mr. Keating his old yearbook since everyone else wouldn’t do it. Because Neil showed him it, they found out about the Dead Poets’ Society, which leads Mr. Keating to lose his job. Since Finney and Neil are so sure what they want to do, it is impossible for them to comprehend what other people want as well. For example, Finney is so confident in himself, that he wears a pink shirt that makes him “look like a fairy,” and he talks boldly about
There weren’t like mental hospitals or asylums so they’ll just lock him up and keep him in jail for the rest of his life and they did that to the rest of the people with disabilities. George really wants the best for Lennie and wants to save him from a painful death, so he makes sure Lennie is calm and happy, and then he kills him in a painless fashion. When Lennie and George have an argument and Lennie offered to go away and live in a cave so that he does not bother George anymore but on page 12 and 13, George regrets his anger saying, `"No-Look! I was jus' foolin', Lennie. `Cause I want you to stay with me"'.